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by, 11°) Travels in the Turkish Empire,

Electricity, science of, 535--atmospheric, Freedom, religious, 211.

Friars, account of those of Terra Santa, 7
Elements of Natural History, 144

Frost, (Mr.) Director of the Medico-Bo-
Employment Fund Societies, suggestions tanical Society, 102
for, 616

Fugitives, The, by Edward Lane, 285
England, Mackintosh's History of, 546 Fuller,

climate of, 57
Ensyrians, 11
Escalier, the, account of, 169
Eton School, number of boys at, 314
Eton, observations on, 614
Etty, (Mr.) account of one of his pictures, Game of Life, The, by L. Ritchie, 284

scarcity of, in Norway and Sweden,
Evaporation, account of the process of, 540 40
Evergreens, natural history of, 400

Ganges, waters of, used in Hindoo cere-
Ewing, (T.) his system of geography, 151 monies, 201
Execution, account of, at Haiti, 174 Gardening, English authors in, 469
Executors, plain instructions to, 309

Genoa, climate of, 64,
Exhibition at the Royal Academy for 1830, Gentleman, first use of the word, 569

Geographical Institution, new one in Lon-
Exiles in Siberia, 340

don, 313
Eyston, (Chas.) his reasons for a parlia Geography, Ewing's System of, 151—
mentary reform, 147

Stewart's Compendium of, ib.

---, the Natural, of Europe, 145

George the Fourth, death of, 470

Gibbons, first English sculptor, 408

Gilpin Horner, 354
FAHRENHEIT, account of, 537

Glacier, description of one, 289
Faik, (Mr.) his account of Swedish bat Goderich Ministry, its weakness, 380
tues, 47

Gooch, (Dr.) anecdote of, 609-letter of
Familiar Treatise on Life Assurances and on the death of his son, 610
Annuities, 464

Gordon, (Pryse) his Personal Memoirs,
Family Cabinet Atlas, 306

Family Library, 142

Gorton, (J.) his Topographical Dictionary,
Fecundity, human, 98

Felton, (S.) his portraits of authors on gar Government, British, weak policy of, 384
dening, 469

Females, dress of the Hindbo, 199—partu Gower, (Lord F.) his poetry, 570
rition of the Arab, 215

Greece, affairs of, 375—her revolution,
Fever, the West Indian, 364

377-protocol of the 3d February, 1830,
Field Sports of the North of Europe, 39 386—frontier of, 389
Fine for killing a dog, 216

Greek Classics, introduction to the study
Fishing in Sweden, 48-account of the fly of, 468
ing fish, 85

Question, considerations on, 439
Fitz of Fitzford, by Mrs. Bray, 285

Grossbeak, its nest, 195
Flame, nature of, 543

Guaco, a plant, 154
Flaxman, the sculptor, Life of, 415– Guide to the practical reading of the Bible,
attachment to his wife, 417-his lec-

tures, 418-his personal character and

habits, 419
Flora, the, of India, 202

Florence, climate of, 64
Flower boats of China, 345

Haiti, Notes on, by C. Mackenzie, 159
Flowers, perfumes of, 397

Hamel, (Dr.) his ascent of Mont Blanc,
Food, staple, of the Hindoos, 200

Footsteps, faculty of tracing, 221

Hamilton, (Lady) anecdotes of, 495
Forgery, capital punishment in cases of, Hanbury, (B ) his Ecclesiastical Pulity of

Hooker, 149
Forster, (Dr.) his Letters of Locke, Sid Harámy, account of, 216
ney, and Shaftesbury, 422

Hare, custom respecting, in Sweden, 52
Fothergill, (Dr.) 605

Harvey the physician, 6014602
Four Years Residence in the West Indies, Hastings, climate of, 58

(Warren) scene of the trial of,
France, climate of, 62


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Hawking in Syria, 11
Hay-field, description of, 407.
Healths, drinking, in China, 347
Heat, science of, 535 .
Heber, (Bishop) Life of, by his Widow,

517—Last Days of, by Mr. Robinson,
ib.—his parentage, 518—his conduct as
a rector, 521–524—his departure from

Hedge-schools in Ireland, 121
Hetherington, (W.) Dramatic Sketches,

by, 127
Himalaya, account of the mountains of,

Hindoos, obstacles to the improvement of,

197personal appearance of, 198–dress
of the female, 199-food, 200-ceremo-

nies at death, 201
History, Irish, 561
Holden, (George) his Christian Expositor,

Homer, Sotheby's version of the Iliad of,

Hong merchants, custom of, 346
Hook, (Dr.) his discoveries, 537
Horace, Bentley's emendations of, 326
Horeb, Mount of 442
Houses, the, of Odessa, 597
Howard, (John) his Systematic Zoology,

Hoyle, (Mr.) his experiments on evapora-

tion, 541
Humphreys, (J. D.) his Correspondence

and Diary of Dr. Doddridge, 203
Hunter, (Dr. W.) 607
Hydrophobia, Murray on, 449-origin of,

450—how propagated, 451-laws of the
agency of, 452—454–-supposed seat of,
455-proposal to prevent, 459_mode of
treating the disease, 460-472-case of,

Jago, (R. H.) his Letter on a Commuta-

tion of Tythes, 304
James, (G. P. R.) his Poem of Adra, 131
Jefferys, (Mrs.) of Bath, 187
Jenné, account of, 30
Jennings, (Miss) 205
Jerusalem, curious reasons for a journey

to, 445
Jews, account of their state in Poland, 252

-marriages of, 253—-costume of, 254
curses of, 255-causes of the blindness
of, 257—necessity of an inquiry into the
principles of British, 258

Disabilities of, 106

Fact relating to, 471
Jones, (w.) his lectures on the Apocalypse,

245—his abhorrence of the Church of
England, 246,his view of the prophe-

cies of St. John, 250
Jugglers, Indian, anecdote of, 184-the

swing of, 201
Julio Romano, an epic drama, 61
Juvenile prodigy, 320

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KAMCHATKA, Travels in, 335
Kennedy, (Dr.) Conversations of, with

Lord Byron on religion, 475—notions of
on the subject, 476~his exclusive doc-

trines, 485— ludicrous story of, 487
Kenny, (W.S.) his Why and Because, 309
Kidd, (Mr.) account of a picture, by, 243
King's Own, a Novel, 263
King, (Lady Isabella) her Convent, 527
Kings, Saxon, 556derivation of the word,




ICE, bad for wine, 540
India, Picture of, 191-eastern coast, 193

-natural history of, 194—population of,

Inez de Castro, tragical history of, 238
Insane persons, 616
Invalids, directions for those about to tra-

vel, 65
Ireland, national pastimes of, 117–hedge.
schools of, 121

Hints for the Improvement of,
Irish Cottagers, The, 505
Isle of Wight, climate of, 59
Italy, Guide to, 613

LADIES, West Indian, 365-368
Ladies' Association, 527
Lady of the Lake, account of, 356
Laing, (Major) his death, 29

(Mr.) his exposure of the deception
of Ossian's poems, 560
Lakes, Leigh's Guide to, 306
Lamb, (Charles) his Album Verses, 529
Lane, (Edw.) his Fugitives, 285
Language, the, of the Anglo-Saxons, 558
Lansdowne, (Marquis of) strange anecdote

concerning his family, 188
Lardner, (Dr.) his Cabinet Cyclopædia,

Lark, account of, 398
Lawrence, (Sir T.) account of some of his

portraits, 243

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Law Library, the Tradesman's, 149
Laws, curious, of the Arabs, 217
Lawyer, Life of, 13
Lay of the Last Minstrel, 355
Leake, (Col. W. M.) his Travels in the

Morea, 1
Le Brock, (Rev. Mr.) anecdote of, 185
Lectures on the Apocalypse, 245

Flaxman's, on sculpture, 418
Leigh's Guide to the Lakes, 306–Picture

of London, 310
Lempriere, (w.) Lectures on Natural His-

tory, by, 152
Leopold, (Prince) application of the Greek

government to, 387—impolitic conduct
of, after having been appointed King of
Greece, 388—-cause of his declining the

government, 391
Letter on the present neglect of the Lord's

Day, 300
--s of Locke, Sidney, and Shaftesbury,

Lewis, (Monk) some account of, 350
Levi and Sarah, a Tale, 251
Liegemen, their attendance on the Wite-

nagemote, 557
Licenser, Dramatic, follies of, 154–313
Life Assurances, Rankin on, 464
Life of a Lawyer, 13
Lightning and thunder, 544
Linacre, 601
Lingard, (Dr.) his History of England,

Literary Recollections, by R. Warner, 177

-Fund Charity, 313
Literature of the West Indies, 373
Lives of British Sculptors, 408

of British Physicians, 600
Lloyd, (L.) his Field Sports of the North

of Europe, 39
Locke, Original Letters of, 422_light

thrown on his religious opinions, 425

letter of condolence from, 427
London, corporation of, 603

Picture of, 310
Lord of the Isles, account of, 358
Lous, (African savages) account of, 33
Love-making, specimen of art in, 205

Macpherson, the publisher of Ossian, 560
Madden, (R. R.) his Mussulman, 267 -

(Mr.) his experiment on a ser-
pent's poison, 453
Madness, canine, (see Hydrophobia)
Magna Charta, eulogy of, by Sir J. Mack-

intosh, 564
Mainwaring, (Mrs.) her Suttee, 613
Mamlouks, account of, in Egypt, 5
Man, important principle relating to, 5
Manchester, salubrity of, 57
Manners, Brazilian, 971

Traits of Irish, 117
Manufactures, British, amount of, exported

to India, 198
Marmion, account of, 355
Marriage, advice to a Turkish girl on, 273

-, amongst the Jews, 253

necessity of encouraging it in
the West Indies, 367
Matthias, (Mrs.) her Natural Geography

of Europe, 145
Maude, (T.) the Traveller's Lay, by, 138
May-day, carol for, 526
Maynwaring, his translation of Homer,

Meadow saffron, 106
Measures, poetic, in English, 353
Mecca, gate of, 10
Medicines, effects of particular ones, 455
Medico-Botanical Society, 192
Midwifery, practice of, 607
Miguel, (Don) rights of, 145
Miller, (Edmund)

the opponent of Bentley,
Mill, Schiller's Tale of the, 587
Mineralogy, rudiments of, 614
Minister of religion, 204
Mohammedan religion, 438
Monk, (Dr.) his Life of Bentley, 317
Monks, the Benedictine, their readiness to

assist Bentley, 330
Mont Blanc, narrative of an ascent to the

summit of, 286
Montagu, (H. W.) a poem by, 139
Montgomery, (Robert) 311
Montmorenci, a poem, 139
Moore, (T.) misrepresentation by, 311
Morea, Leake's Travels in, 1
Mortality, principal tables of, 464—hints

for the formation of, 465
Morton, (Dr.) his Travels in Russia, 590
Mountains, the descent from bigh ones

more fatiguing than the ascent of, 300
Moses, veracity of the Five Books of, 150
Moxon, (Mr.) plan for setting up, 529
Mullah, the Mohammedan, 438
Mulready, the artist, anecdote of, 411
Mummy, account of a false one, 444
Munchausen, a modern, 181
Murray, (John) his remarks on hydropho.

bia, 449


Mac DIARMID, (J.) his Sketches from

Nature, 303
Mac Farlane, his Armenians, 274
Mac Kenzie, (C.) his Notes on Haiti, 152

-his feelings on slavery, 167
Mackintosh, (Sir J.) his History of Eng-

land, 546—faults of, 548—beauties of,
552_his reflections on the character of
Alfred, 552—on the establishment of the
Christian church, 553

Music, the, of the winds, 394

Mussulman, The, by R. R. Madden, 267

PACCARD, (Dr.) the first to ascend Mont

Blanc, 286

Palestine, a Poem, by Bishop Heber, 519

Parliament, institutor of, 565-changes in
NAPLES, climate of, 65

the constitution of, traced, 566
Narrative of a Residence in Algiers, 614 Parry, (Dr.) 608
National Debt, proposal to the ladies to Parturition arnongst the Arab women, 214
cause it to be paid, 310

Paul Clifford, a novel, 260
Natural history, (see Lloyd, Walsh, Lem Pauline Buonaparte, anecdote of, 416

priere, Howard, India, Mac Diarmid, Peasantry, Irish, traits and stories of, 110
Rhind, British Naturalist)

Peasantry, the Irish, 505
Naturalist, the British, 393

Pedro, (Don, Emperor of Brazil) some ac-
Navarino, battle of, justified, 383

count of his family, 90—his person and
Negro character, 87

habits, 101
Nelson, Life of, 142

Peerage, the Scottish, 152
(Lord) anecdote of, 495

Penzance, climate of, 61
Nerves of respiration, 456

Perfumes of nature, 397
Nervous disorders, peculiar to Roman la Personal Memoirs, by P. Gordon, 489
dies, 65

Pettychaps, 405
Netherlands, language of, 469

Phalaris, Bentley's essay on, 323
Neutrality, new species of one, proposed Pharmacopoeias, 104
by England, 380

Physicians, Lives of British, 600
New Bath Guide, 469

Pictures, warning to purchasers of, 498
Newmarket meetings occasion breaches of Picture of India, 191
the Sabbath, 302

of London, 310
Newnham, (Mr.) his account of Mr. Web-

-s, puffing of, 232-account of the
ster's death, 435

62d annual exhibition of at Somerset
Newspapers, 471

House, 233
of the West Indies, 368 Pilgrim of the Hebrides, a poem, 138
Newton, (Mr.) account of some of his

s to Mecca, 10
paintings, 244

Piso, curious fact relating to, 64
Nice, climate of, 64

Plague, the, of 1665, 603
Niemcewicz, (J. U.) his Polish tale, 251 Plain Instructions to Executors and Admi.
Nightingale, 106

nistrators, 309
Nile, scenery on the banks of, 3

Plants, their medical efficacy, 104
Nilsson, (Professor) his account of the Plays, account of some national ones in
Scandinavian bear, 41

Ireland, 117
Nollekens, the sculptor, account of, 412 Poem, by J. C. Smith, 362
Northern field sports, 39

Poetry, Minor, 123
Notes on Haiti, by C. Mackenzie, 159 Poets, their injustice to each other, 303
--- on the Bedouins and Wahabys, Poison, the, of Hydrophobia, 452—of the

horned serpent, 453—of the rattlesnake,
Novels, recent, 259

Nuevus Maternus, (see Hare)

Pope, his translation of Homer, 225
Population, connexion of tables of mor-

tality with, 465

of India, 196

Porson, (Professor) anecdotes of, 496—his
Obeah in the West Indies, 373

marriage, 497
Observations on the Frontier of Greece, by Port-au-Prince, social intercourse of 163-
Gen. Church, 375

commerce of, 165
O'Connor, (Dr. C.) his Chronicles of Ire Portfolio of the Martyr Student, 137

Porter, (Miss A. M.) her Barony, 285
Octosyllabic verse, 353

Portraits of English authors on gardening,
Odessa, description of, 595-houses of, 597 469
O'Leary, (Father) anecdote of, 492

Portugal, law of the succession to the
Oliver Cromwell, a poem, 132

throne of, 145
Ordeal, account of that used in Africa, 38 Pringle, (Dr.) 605
Ossian, Poems of, a deception, 560

Priesthood, Book of the, 467

Proctor, (Mr.) 529

Prodigy, juvenile, 320
Prognostication, perfection of the Kam SABBATH DAY, neglect of, 300
tchatdales in, 338

Sanctorio, inventor of the thermometer, 536
Protocols relating to Greece, 375–386 Saxons, Anglo-Kings of, 556—their Wite-
Puffing pictures as well as books, 232

nagemote, 557—their language, 558
l'ulse, effect of great elevations upon, St. Domingo, some account of, 172

St. Gothard, Mount, 616
St. John, Revelations of, attempt to ex-

pound, 245

Scandinavia, account of the bears of, 41
Schiller, his Wallenstein's Camp, 570

Schools, Irish hedge, 121 :
RAB'AT, account of, 216

Scotch Grocer in London, 490
Rabies, (see Hydrophobia).

Scotland, courtship in, 282
Radcliffe, (Dr.) his principle, 605

Scott, (Sir Walter) his autobiography, 347
Radiation of Heat, 538

-his first poetical essay, 350—his reso-
Rail-way, suspension, 615

lution, 351-his early poetry, 354-not
Rain, indications of, in spring, 395—Dr. a partizan of his own poetry, 357_result
Thomson on, 542

of his labours questioned, 359—his visit
Rankin, (R.) on Life Assurances, 464 to Waterloo, 503
Reform, Parliamentary, reasons for, 147 Sculptors, Lives of Eminent British, 408
Reis Effendi, conduct of, during the nego Sculpture, 408-Flaxman's Lectures on,
tiation about Greece, 381

Religion, conversations on, with Lord Sea, cannot be seen from the top of Mont
Byron, 475

Blanc, 297
Mohammedan, 438

Seasons described, 393—401-404
state of, in England, 203

Sects, variety of, 203
Remarks on hydrophobia, 449

Senate, The, a Poem, 614
Representative principle, early history of, Sermon, singular one, 581

566-in different countries, 567-its Serpent, horned, poison of, 453
operation on society, 568

Shaftesbury, (Lord) Original Letters of,
Respiration, nerves of, 456

422—428 — admonitions of, 429—his
Revelations, (see Apocalypse)

prescription, 433
Rhind, (w.) his studies in natural his Shee, (Mr.) his picture of Lavinia, 241

(Mr. jun.) his picture of the disco-
Rhyme, English, capability of, 224

very of Canıilla by Gil Blas, 240
Rio de Janeiro, description of, 87—bishop Sheep, the mountain, account of, 338
of, 92— population, 95

Shepherd, (Rev. W.) Poems by, 132
Ritchie, (L.) his Game of Life, 284

Shepherd and his dog in France, 618
Roads of Odessa, 598

Shiregemotes, account of, 557
Robber, curious policy of the Arabs to Siberia, Travels in, 335-exiles in, 340%
wards, 216

account of, 343
Robinson, (Rev. T.) his Last Days of Sidney, original letters of, 422
Bishop Heber, 517

Sillery, (C. D.) his Vallery, a poem,
Rodney, (Admiral) anecdote of, 494

Rokeby, account of, 358

Simos, account of, 36
Romances, The, of Chivalry, fate of, Sirocco, account of the Egyptian, 5

Skall, a northern sport, 44
Romantic Stanza, 353

Sketches from Nature, by J. Mc Diarmid,
Rome, climate of, 65-peculiar affection of 303
the ladies of, ib.

Slavery in Haiti, 167
Rouge et Noir, a poem, 150

in Turkey, 4
Roubiliac, account of, 409

Slaves, West India, 361
Russia, Travels in, by Dr. Morton, 590 Small pox, singular case of, 153

(Emperor of) account of the last Smellie, (Dr.) 607
moments of, 446

Smith, (J. C.) a poem by, 362 -
legislative policy of, 341

Society, Medico-Botanical, 102_ of the
policy of, explained in the war West Indies, distinctions in, 365-ne-
with Turkey, 384

cessity of reform of, 367

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